Rush Gym will be hosting personal training at the ladies private beach Regency Hotel this Saturday at 9.15 am. Bring your friends and family to enjoy the weekend outdoors! (No charge) Their head coach Camilla Ayrton will be leading the class for one full hour. Sounds like a great way to spend your Saturday morning!
If you have any questions, follow them on Instagram and Twitter at @rush_gym!
We were recently invited to visit Rib and Rumps in the new restaurant area named Menus. It is located by the Hilton in Mangaf, close to Spoons. Ribs and Rumbs is an iconic Australian steakhouse that is famous for it’s ribs and aged steaks. The smell of the BBQ hits you as soon as you walk in and we were greeted by their friendly and helpful staff.
Thank you Dana Al-Salem and Lujain Al-Fulaij for the great atmosphere and for a lovely evening.
You can follow Ribs and Rumps on their social media accounts for the latest news and photos.
Its ironic that just as Samsung was unleashing the S4 in the UAE, Apple was announcing a 18% drop in profits for the first time in a decade. The comparison is inevitable because Samsung’s Galaxy S series has become the direct competitor to the iPhone and the slowing down of iPhone sales and the dip in Apple profits has a lot to do with surging Galaxy sales, especially S3.
The S4 may look like similar to the S3 – it has a 5” vivid, HD-capable super-amoled screen (4.8 on S3), but its smaller, thinner, lighter (130 gm) and smarter, much smarter. The battery has more juice (2,600 mAH against 2,300 mAH on S3), while the processor on the 3G version is beefed up at 1.6 GHZ quad core with an additional 1.2 GHZ quad core that kicks in when the phone senses a need for speed. Plus there’s 2GB of RAM.
The real magic is however, under the hood. The phone follows your face and can pause a video if you look away. Scroll web pages by moving your gaze or waving your hand in front of the phone, browse through pictures by hovering your finger over the phone, zoom in and out on text through the same gesture, scroll across screens with a wave, change a song or a video with the flip of your hand.
Source: Gulf News